The Carolina Panthers have had an abysmal 2023 NFL season. They currently have a 1-12 record, which is by far the worst in the NFL. Now, Carolina Panthers fans have had enough. It has gotten to the point where they cannot even give their Panthers tickets away.
So, how much does a Panthers ticket cost now? Why have fans given up on this team? Let’s find out below.
45 Cents Gets You Carolina Panthers Tickets
Just how much have the Carolina Panthers fallen? Now, you do not even need to have a dollar bill to get a ticket to one of their games. One fan took a screenshot of how much Panthers tickets are going for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons. The screenshot revealed that it only costs 45 cents before fees!
Many fans who saw the screenshot got a good laugh from it. Some commented that the fees would add up. Others said 45 cents costs too much given the way they are playing. Then, some fans took the time to comment on the at-home experience compared to seeing a bad team in person.
Since this screenshot was posted, the ticket price has increased. However, it is still more than affordable if you find yourself in the Charlotte area for Sunday’s game.
Fall of the Carolina Panthers
There are a few factors as to why Carolina Panthers fans are so cheap. The easy out here is that the team stinks with a 1-12 record. However, that is not the only piece to this puzzle.
For starters, there is no stability in the front office. Since David Tepper bought the team six years ago, the Carolina Panthers have had six different head coaches in six seasons. Now, there will more than likely be a seventh head coach by next year. However, there is a larger issue at play here.
That issue is the Panthers’ future. Quite honestly, it looks bleak. That is because they cannot even benefit from their poor record in next year’s draft. They traded their 2024 first-round draft pick to the Chicago Bears.
The Panthers did this to move up to the top overall pick in last year’s draft. They used that pick to draft their current QB Bryce Young. However, given the Panthers’ poor record and the talented quarterback class coming up, many have wondered if Carolina made a poor decision making that trade.